web 2.0 and an interactive government and snowcocks


I’m being too lazy and have got too many notes to type up at the moment, 2 of them posts for this blog. So thanks to Liz Azyan for bringing a couple of videos to my attention on Twitter. I’ll just post these and get on with my notes.

I’ve just got to mention Jaki Booth and her exploits last night to find a snow sculpture she had spotted earlier in Birmingham’s Cannon Hill Park. This quickly became the hilarious #snowcockhunt 

It all started with Jaki tweeting about a snow sculpture she had seen in the park earlier in the day. This sparked a whole heap of interest which lead to Jaki and a few friends – torches and cameras in hand – trying to hunt the thing down at 10pm to take photos and post them for all to see. In a way it didn’t matter whether or not they got the pictures because the image of them blundering around the park, giggling in the dark was comedy enough. Though diminished in stature  #snowcockhunt was successful and Jaki posted the photos on t’interweb for all to see. 

web 2.0 and an interactive government

new media: government 2.0

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